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Posted: 04 Sep 06, 02:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was wondering if Live Killers was on DVD? I know it's on cd- got it, love it. Thanks guys.

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Posted: 04 Sep 06, 10:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No.


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Posted: 04 Sep 06, 15:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Not offically, but check out the "Sharing The Music - Announce" section for your viewing pleasures!

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Posted: 04 Sep 06, 20:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No, not that it matters. I find Live Killers to be one of the weaker concert releases, though the Brighton Rock solo may be Brian's best job of it ever.

What I dislike particularly about Live Killers is that they release the 1st live album following the Jazz tour, which was the first tour to drop 'Liar', 'In the Lap... Revisited', 'The Prophet Song', 'The Millionare Waltz' and 'White Queen'. I like these tracks a great deal live, and want to oneday hear a re-mastered, DTS concert containing them all.



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Posted: 05 Sep 06, 02:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

bad production and mixing of the tracks...the band even disliked it...but I remember a british or european VHS from the Jazz tour called "We Will Rock You" (not the one already released from a 1982 gig)..maybe it was a bootleg but I was buying it at a second hand shop in London when my brother told me the tape wouldn't run in our VHS back home..the songs were pretty much the same from the album plus Fat Bottomed Girls, If you can't beat them and Somebody to Love, even It's Late..so material for a DVD they must have or a better "Live Killers" CD release..and the same for 77 Earls Court and who knows. the free show at 76 Hyde Park and many many more..hope those will see the face of day sometime
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Posted: 05 Sep 06, 12:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


What I dislike particularly about Live Killers is that they release the 1st live album following the Jazz tour, which was the first tour to drop 'Liar', 'In the Lap... Revisited', 'The Prophet Song', 'The Millionare Waltz' and 'White Queen'. I like these tracks a great deal live, and want to oneday hear a re-mastered, DTS concert containing them all.



Yes good point, it was a transition into "simpler" songs that work better in the larger arenas Queen were starting to play. I think Queen lost the subtelty a bit but gained power- Let me Entertain You is far better live than The Prophet Song- it has that instant quality that works with an audience often comprising minor fans.


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Posted: 05 Sep 06, 15:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

See: RARE LIVE

Pretty much the same thing.